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Effective air distribution design and occupant thermal comfort using Autonomous HVAC CFD

Explore the thermal comfort for various scenarios in the most efficient way by using the Autonomous HVAC CFD App.

Conducted on Thursday, December 2nd 2021

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Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning are the technology of indoor and vehicular environmental comfort. Its goal is to provide thermal comfort and acceptable indoor air quality. Quality air distribution in your workplace or building is determined by the people's thermal comfort as well as the system's energy efficiency. Simply put, air distribution refers to how air is delivered, evacuated, and circulated throughout an area. The layout and components of the air distribution system are important to the system's proper operation. Adequate systems can not only improve the comfort of those who use the space, but they can also lower energy cost. With the emergence of cloud computing, virtual testing of designs and performance optimization have become possible through cloud-based CFD apps.
The Autonomous HVAC CFD App is a cloud-based app for predicting thermal comfort using flow simulations. The app provides a web browser-based graphical interface that allows users to explore the entire design space and evaluate the occupant thermal comfort for multiple HVAC design configurations and several thermal load scenarios.
During this webinar you will be introduced to the capabilities and applications of the Autonomous HVAC CFD App for simulating various head load scenarios for different spaces. In case you will not be able to attend the live webinar, you can still register and receive the full recording of the session through your email.
Featured Speaker
Webinar spekar - Praveen Kumar

Praveen Kumar

Product Manager, simulationHub

Praveen is the Product Manager of simulationHub, a flagship CFD platform of CCTech. Praveen has deep expertise in converting real world problems into accurate computational problems. He has been instrumental in conceptualizing the building simulation apps for the simulationHub team. With more than 13 years of strong domain experience in CFD, he has also developed flavor for user experience. Praveen holds a Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering and Postgraduate DACFD.

Blog Author - Chirag Shah

Chirag Shah

Sr. Member of Technical Staff, simulationHub

Chirag is a QA Analyst in the simulationHub team at Center for Computational Technology (CCTech), Pune. He is keenly interested in technologies like 3D CAD modeling, CFD, FEA and Software Testing. He has expertise in user perspective in simulationHub's CFD apps like like Autonomous HVAC CFD, Autonomous Valve CFD, and Pedestrian Comfort Analysis. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from PCCOE&R, Pune. Exploring and studying ancient architecture is one of his hobbies.